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Topology in ArcGIS Pro

Topology in ArcGIS Pro is the arrangement that defines how point, line, and polygon features share coincident geometry. For example, street centerlines and census blocks share common geometry, and adjacent soil polygons share their common boundaries. This video demonstrates how you can use a topology on point and line features to ensure that endpoint of every line in a network is covered by a point feature.

You can learn more about topology here:

0:00 – Intro

0:36 – Creating a topology rule

1:05 – Validating topology

1:45 – Correcting topology errors


About ArcGIS Pro   ArcGIS Pro is a geographic information system (GIS) software used to create, manage, analyze, and share spatial data. It allows users to visualize, edit, and analyze data in 2D and 3D, as well as create maps, layouts, and charts. It is widely used across business sectors to make data-driven decisions.   

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